Prepare for Winter Weather: 10 to 20 cm of Snow, Reduced Visibility, and Blowing Snow
THUNDER BAY – WEATHER – Snow, possibly heavy at times, will develop on Friday and gradually taper off on Saturday. This snowfall event could result in total accumulations of 10 to 20 cm. Furthermore, there is a possibility of areas of blowing snow on Friday night into Saturday morning, driven by increasing northerly winds gusting up to 50 km/h.
It’s important to note that the heaviest snowfall amounts are currently expected over the Sandy Lake region, where a snowfall warning is in effect. It’s also possible that the snowfall warning may need to be extended to cover other regions.
Residents in the affected areas, including Big Trout Lake and Kasabonika, are urged to prepare for winter weather conditions. Exercise caution when traveling, as reduced visibility and accumulating snow can lead to challenging road conditions.
Expected Snowfall: Total snowfall amounts of 10 to 20 cm are anticipated.
- Accumulation of 10 to 20 cm of snow.
- Reduced visibility in heavy snow.
- Areas of blowing snow.
Timing: Snowfall is expected to begin on Friday and taper off by Saturday.
Stay updated on weather advisories and warnings, and stay safe during this winter weather event.